Monday , 24 April 2017


Housing

Housing: Is It A Good Inflation Hedge?

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Over long periods the inflation-adjusted price of homes in the U.S. has tended to increase by a little more than 1% per year. That doesn't mean owning a home is a good way to make a 1% real return on your money though. This article explains why.

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Is Housing Stock Rally Building An Addition – or Another Roof?

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The PHLX Housing Index (HGX), subject of our Chart Of The Day, closed today at a 9-year high...yet, as the chart shows, while technically a new high...it’s a bit of a reach yet to declare this a “breakout”. That said, the chart has a few things going for it, if you are a bull on housing stocks. [Let me explain.]

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Global Liquidity To Cause (or has already caused) Housing Bubbles In U.S. & Internationally

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It is clear global real estate prices are heating up again and, due to interest rates being lower now than in the previous cycle, real estate prices in the U.S. and globally may actually surprise us with several more years of growth before they peak as global liquidity searches for the few relatively safe assets (in the least dirty shirt fashion) as a way to protect against reflation and devaluation in non-U.S. countries.

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